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Q:Do I Need Dialysis with Creatinine Level 6.5

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A:Question: Creatinine level 6.5 maintained for 3 months. Whether dialysis is required. Patient - female, age 50, no BLOOD PRESSURE , NO DIABETIES. Kindly suggest me. Answers: Creatinine is a metabolic waste which is mainly discharged by kidn...

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Q:Creatinine 1.57 and A1C 7.5: What Does It Mean

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A:Creatinine 1.57 is higher than the normal value ( 0.5-1.3 mg/dl), so it is more likely to indicate kidneys have been involved in diabetes. A1C 7.5 is also higher than the normal level, and it means blood sugar isn’t controlled ideally and ...

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Q:Can Creatinine Level Go Down Immediately

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A:Question: my spouse recently had a medical test and found his creatinine level at 2.9 due to the fact that he has been high blood pressure for 3 years now. His doctor now change his BP drugs and advise him to start exercise and adjust his d...

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Q:Is Leg Pain Related to Kidney Problem

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A:Quite a number of kidney disease patients do complain of leg pain, so we can know leg pain in some cases is related to kidney problem. The reason is that when kidneys can’t filter out waste products, toxins and extra fluid, maintain electr...

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Q:How to Prevent Nephrotic Syndrome Relapse

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A:Question: My son is 4years old and he was diagnosed with idiopathic nephrotic syndrome a month ago.... And is currently doing the tapering of prednisone...has milk and egg allergy... We have completely changed his diet now and my questions...

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Q:How Long Does A Fistula to Be in Before It Matures and Can Be Used

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A:Question: My daughter is a lupus patient, she experiencing lots of nausea and vomiting, she has had a fistula put in, how long does it to be in before it matures and can be used? Doctor: Fistula is often needed when patients are preparing f...

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doctor Jia Yinghui. M.D.

Specialized field: Lupus, Chronic Nephritis, MCD, Hypertensive Nephropathy